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9.9 mm thick 4000 mAh battery Lenovo P780 has released

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    Lenovo P series phones is the flagship product line of long standby, after the launch of the previous generation models Lenovo P770 by users, once again force the era of quad-core Lenovo mobile phone Lenovo P780, the latest long standby quad-core phone has been exposed, and endorsement by Bryant, heavier weight. News of the Lenovo P780 is already successful network from listed for sale is getting closer.

    Before coming out of the hardware specifications, network data show that Lenovo P780 is equipped with a 5-inch screen ,up to a resolution of HD level, the 1.2GHz’s quad-core processor, has confirmed that the use of MT6589 processor ,another machine running memory size is 1GB, equipped with a 800-pixel camera and runs Android 4.21 version of the system.

    It is noteworthy that, Lenovo P780, compared with the previous generation P770, the process is more advanced, P770’s body thickness of 11.9 mm, equipped with 3500 mAh lithium polymer battery, the P780 measurements size of 143 × 73 × 9.9mm, battery capacity of 4000 mA, while maintaining the high-capacity battery and a thin body, this is very valuable. Appearance of Lenovo P780 choose the color of dark lines, the overall business atmosphere is quite elegant, highlight the atmosphere, calm temperament.

    A7-based low-power processor with a combination of high-capacity battery will enhance the endurance of handset, coupled with Lenovo’s own the Chi Heng saving technology, the Lenovo P780’s ultra-long standby performance is worth the wait, but from the overall hardware Specifications speculated that the listed price of this phone may be awesome.
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